I do not think than you lying
But I am sure that empty ROM is result of your wrong actions
If you show me via teamviewer the drive, where dumps from WDMarvel and Sediv are different, we will discus you suggestions
Sure, however it will either have to be later on tonight or tomorrow, as my XP machine is a mess from all this experimenting and there's files everywhere and navigation for you will be difficult - let me clean it up a bit
However i think i know what your driving at, in the meantime I'll post a screencap of my WDMarvel directory and upload the Rom file/s aswell as the Rom dumped with sediv shortly - I'll also point out the offset in which the two differ in a hex editor
I never seen, incorrect dump of ROM in any version of WDMarvel
No one user not wrote me about incorrect dumps
So, I do not see any usefull in functions that you are suggesting
I completely understand
Key word is constructive, not this case
I appreciate my suggestions may not seem constructive or particularly useful from your point of view, but bear in mind your a pro - you not only created the program, but your intimately familiar with it, it's workings and terminology - my suggestions are from a new *English speaking users perspective - a new user who is going to make mistakes over the course of learning to use the software - sometimes it's hard to see the wood through the trees
Because, only user know which FW he put in work folder
Maybe user still need this files?
Why program should rewrite them with other data?
It shouldn't overwrite anything, if the drive is new (not in set directory) it should be put in a folder relative to the drives model - if the model is undetected then the folder should say "unknown drive" if the files already exist it should create a new folder with the days date, if the date is the same it should create a new folder within it with the time etc etc, having options is good, having safety nets is good... I'm sure if you were to run a poll on this subject other users would be inclined to agree with me. as i said earlier - if it wasn't for these "safety nets" put in place by a program such as Sediv i currently would not have a valid and usable rom, and would be in a much worse position than i am currently
You have to remember your program doesn't (as far as i can see) have any real documentation in English - which means the only real way to learn anything is to mess around and try things - this can obviously lead to the previously mentioned mistakes - which makes having those options and safety nets all the more necessary
Vlad, i very much appreciate you responding and helping out like this.